We have teamed up with some lovely accommodation providers who are either very green or can give you good advice about where to go to find the most enjoyable walks and the best wildlife.
Fancy going on a llama trek or watching red squirrels from your eco-pod? Try Ecocamp Glenshee! https://www.ecocampglenshee.co.uk/About-Ecocamp
Just outside Alyth and very close to the Cateran Trail, at Kirlandbank Farm you can help collect eggs and herd the Hebridean sheep! http://www.kirklandbank.co.uk/ We can organise a guided walk for you along the Cateran Trail.
In a very relaxing spot in the village of Alyth is Vanora’s Cottages http://vanorascottages.co.uk/
In Crieff, and boasting a swift nestbox on the outside of the house, is Galvelbeg bed and breakfast. Nigel is an ex-Ranger so can tell you all about the local wildlife. http://www.galvelbeghouse.co.uk/
Right next to the River Earn (where beavers can be found) are River Edge Lodges http://www.riveredgelodges.com/
With a whole host of wildlife on their doorstep and the Cateran Trail running through the centre of the estate, is Bamff Ecotourism http://www.bamff.co.uk/ Let us know if you’d like a guide for the day on the Trail, or to help you learn more about the local wildlife including the beavers and wild boar.
We can organise wildlife watching mini-breaks staying at any of the above. Contact us for prices and we will make up an itinerary for you.